Mike Wilhelm - February 25th, 2014
Okay, so I just ordered my 70d upgrading from my 60d. I plan on shooting my first short film in the coming month. I know I want to have a wide lens, but otherwise any suggestions on some solid lenses would be awesome. I'm probably gonna spend $500 on a lens and rent the rest.
Okay onto the question. I am a novice videographer and so far I've made a decent intro into the craft with just my kit lenses on my 600D & 500D, now I want to step up my arsenal for better front end quality. I initially didn't want to invest too much money and then later realize "HEY YOU SUCK AT THIS" or "HEY I DON'T LIKE THIS". Thankfully none of those seem to be reality (yet) and hopefully never. I've already made up my mind about getting the Canon EF 50mm 1/8.
Greg Olson - July 23rd, 2012
I've just upgraded to a Canon 600d and wondered if someone could give me a straight forward answer about which lens to choose for film, without all the indepth technical stuff. (Cheaper the better, because i'm still learning).
I'm after makes/models that will fit the Canon 600d with links if possible.
Cheers in advance
I have a Panasonic AG-HMC40 in excellent condition for sale. It includes the AG-MYA30G - XLR Microphone Adapter,
Mic with cable & windscreen, 43mm polarizer, VW-VBG6 Rechargeable
Li-Ion Battery, A/V cables, Battery charger, Kata bag, and all manuals,
CD and paperwork. Total use time is less than 4 hours. I am asking $1500
I will pay for shipping to US addresses.
I also have the following, all unused in excellent condition:
Panasonic - VWW4307HPPK 0.7x Wide Angle $120
i am planning to buy the Panasonic AF 101, but i am a little bit confused with the kind of lenses that camera can take and the adaptors i need.
there is anyone that can help me?
Derek Sine - August 20th, 2010
I've posted quite a few bits of info concerning Canon DSLR's that dealt primarily with the technical aspects of cameras like the 5DmkII, 7D and 1DmkIV such as exposure ratings, and CMOS issues. Even found you guys some hardcore videos comparing DSLR's head-to-head against film cameras!
Always on the lookout for innovative workarounds for the indie filmmaker, I came across this video by Matt S for a $5 Follow Focus rig.